The Tender Bar, Netflix’s latest and 8 new movies you can now watch at home

A new year means a new list of releases to look forward to. Scream, Batman, Morbius (although it’s a little later than we would like), and a host of other great movies coming to theaters this winter. In addition, there are a lot of new movies that can be streamed and rented on VOD this month, including George Clooney’s Tender Bar with Ben Afleck and Tye Sheridan, the Russian sci-fi horror film Superdyb, American siege with Bruce Willis in the lead role and more!

To help you keep track of what’s new and available, here are the new movies you can watch with the click of a button this weekend.


Tender Bar

Where to see: Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Tye Sheridan as Junior in The Tender Bar.

Photo: Claire Folger / Amazon Studios

Based on JR Moehringer’s best-selling memoir, the 2021 drama about growing old Tender Bar stars Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One) as a young man with ambitions to become a writer who grew up in the 70s and 80s without a father. On his journey into adulthood, he looks to his uncle Charlie (Ben Affleck), his cruel grandfather (Christopher Lloyd) and a community of kind-hearted locals in his uncle’s bar for guidance on how to live and carry themselves in the world.

See For me

Where to see: Can be rented for $ 4.99 at Apple; $ 6.99 on Vudu

Photo: IFC Midnight

The horror thriller from 2022 See For me Rushes Davenport in the lead role as Sophie, a blind former skier sitting in a luxurious mansion secluded in the mountains. Sophie is ambushed by attackers who intend to loot the house, and is forced to rely on the help of Kelly (Jessica Parker Kennedy), a military veteran who works as the operator of a smartphone app to maneuver and overcome his potential killers. From our review,

Movies like Dancing in the dark, Julia’s eyes, The eye, Blink, and In the dark everyone uses blindness to make already vulnerable female protagonists even more vulnerable – not only to stalkers, predators and supernatural threats, but to self-doubt, marginalization and dismissal from the people who should protect them. More than any of these, though, the new thriller See For me plays as a modern update of the 1967 classic Wait until it gets dark, with Audrey Hepburn trying to outwit the manipulative criminal Alan Arkin after he invades her home. See For me updates the home-invasion formula with a few smart twists and a key ratio. But writers Adam Yorke and Tommy Gushue and director Randall Okita only push the formula so far before running out of innovation.

Four for dinner

Where to see: Can be streamed on Netflix

Image: Netflix

The Italian rom-com Four for dinner follows several different alternative realities where four single friends mate in different combinations. The question at the heart of the film’s premise is this: is the concept of “soulmates” genuine and iron-clad, or is there more behind a successful relationship than cosmic compatibility? Four for dinner stars Matilde Gioli, Ilenia Pastorelli, Giuseppe Maggio and Matteo Martari.

Superdyb

Where to see: Available to stream on Shudder; available for rent for $ 4.99 at Amazon, Apple; $ 3.99 on Vudu

soldiers point rifles in The Superdeep.

Photo: Shudder / RLJE Films

The Russian horror film Superdyb (or The Superdeep) asks a simple question: what if there was a really deep hole with terrible nightmares inside it? After several reports of unexplained screams and dozens of missing people, a small team of scientists and soldiers descend into the bowels of the Kola Superdeep Borehole in search of answers and survivors. What they find is a frightening presence that threatens all of humanity.

American siege

Where to see: Can be rented for $ 12.99 at Apple and Vudu

Bruce Willis holds a gun in American Siege.

Photo: Vertical Entertainment

Once again, Bruce Willis starred in a live-to-video action thriller, this time as Ben Watts, a former NYPD officer who has become sheriff, forced to defuse a fleeting hostage situation by solving a young woman’s disappearance in a small village in Georgia. American siege also plays Timothy V. Murphy as Charles Rutledge, a powerful local businessman who commands Watts, and Cullen G. Chambers as John Keats, a local doctor with close ties to Rutledge, who finds himself held hostage by militant extremists.

The wasteland

Where to see: Can be streamed on Netflix

Photo: Lander LarraƱaga / Netflix

The wasteland, originally the title The present (“The Beast”), centers on the story of a small family isolated from society, who suddenly find peace in their quiet lives shattered by the arrival of horrible creatures chasing their home. The trailer looks moody and evocative, questioning whether this “creature” is real or a fabrication born out of loneliness and a general fear of the unknown.

And here’s what fell last Friday:


The prodigal daughter

Where to see: Can be streamed on Netflix

Olivia Colman as Leda in The Lost Daughter.

Image: Netflix

Olivia Colman (The favorite) starred in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The prodigal daughter as Leda, a woman on a beach vacation whose curiosity about a young mother (Dakota Johnson) and her daughter gradually turns into a dark obsession. Leda’s memories of her own tumultuous past as a young mother, nervous about the couple’s relationship, are triggered deep inside her, forcing her to confront the choices and consequences of her parenthood, which until then had been dormant and buried for a long time.

Lot

Where to see: Available for rent for $ 5.99 on Amazon, Vudu; $ 4.99 at Apple

Jason Isaacs and Martha Plimpton at Mass.

Photo: Bleecker Street Media

Reed Birney (The hunt), Ann Dowd (Leftovers, hereditary), Jason Isaacs (The Patriots), and Martha Plimpton (Beautiful girls) participates in the drama from 2021 Lot as two sets of parents who, brought together by an indescribable tragedy that split their lives, have agreed to meet with each other to make sense of their common loss and move on. Not exactly the type of premise you would expect for the directorial debut of actor-writer Fran Kranz (Dollhouse, The cottage in the woods), but nevertheless a remarkable premise. The trailer looks tense and devastating throughout, and each of the four main appearances has garnered significant praise. Take a look for yourself first if you are interested in seeing this one.

Red snow

Where to see: Can be rented for $ 4.99 at Amazon, Apple; $ 3.99 on Vudu

Image: 4Digital Media

Horror comedy Red snow stars Dennice Cisneros (NCIS) as Olivia Romo, a struggling horror writer caring for an injured bat while spending her Christmas vacation alone in her late mother’s cottage. As the bat transforms into a beautiful vampire, Olivia finds herself in love with the creature and feeds him animal blood, while a budding romance begins between the two. However, things quickly take a dangerous turn as a pack of vampires descend to Olivia’s hut in search of her future lover.

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